Chilean Miner Mistress
October 13, 2010 by staff
Chilean Miner Mistress, One after another, the 33 miners who were trapped for 69 days in a gold medal in Chile and copper mine emerged Wednesday from their underground hell – in the warm embrace of his relatives.
But when two-time minor Yonni Barrios happens, it will enter into a soap opera.
Although Barrios was trapped 2000 feet underground, his wife, Marta Salinas, discovered his longtime mistress, Susana Valenzuela. So, the boss will not be there to greet her husband.
“I’m happy because he was saved,” Salinas, 56, told a local newspaper. “It’s a miracle of God. But I will not participate in the rescue.”
Salinas Valenzuela learned when she spotted him at a prayer vigil – and heard his calling to Barrios. She was willing to forgive her until she learned he had called his wife and lover to be there when he leaves the mine.
“I have the decency,” said Salinas. “It is very clear: It’s her or me.”
Nineteen miners were rescued from 14 noon Wednesday, including survivors and younger.
“Gracias, gracias,” said No. 15 Victor Segovia, as he hugged the president Chilean Sebastian Pinera and rescuers.
Celebration of Segovia was cut from the jubilant display of joy in scene 39 years, Mario Sepulveda, a minor second to be saved.
Punching the air and distributing rescuers rocks remember to laugh, Sepulveda instantly became the poster boy for pulling Chilean – and injected a huge dose of national pride in the joy that swept the country.
The national daily El Mercurio has dubbed, “Super Mario”.
“I think I was extraordinarily lucky,” Sepulveda, sunglasses to protect his eyes, told reporters later. “I was with God and the devil, and I extended the hand of God.”
Nobody survived underground until these men and their reunion with their loved ones in tears on the surface of the celebration was triggered after the celebration.
In Washington, Obama said the Chilean miners “have inspired the world” and gave congratulations to NASA to help design the rescue capsule-shaped torpedo.
The party began just after midnight, when the first miner rescued, 31, Florencio Avalos, came to the surface.
Dressed in a combination of moisture resistent green sunglasses and wearing an oxygen mask, Avalos has been adopted by a jubilant crowd of rescuers and a radiating Pinera.
His wife in tears and one of his sons, both wearing hard hats, his arms and kissed him, as he tasted the fresh air of freedom for the first time in 69 days. He was immediately transported to medical center proximity to be considered.
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